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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

FROG Y G'DS Cure Her.darhe, Indigesiion, Con«>t:;»a *iou, and Wliousnes-i. Tl;: y are elegant they are imn;en:».-ly tnop.- vuluji!)]-! tfu'.n llie li'.ood, "tl'-'-iie-r. in"ter:Kli was to poHontjuM luatt-T that ik clo^cin^ them and chuj;im; tb'* channcl* that lead to aud from theru. Frootoids are ..THE BEST the to l:ikv whcn anv tiiuc tlJliood Poisun is prosoni. to face.^sion of the Brain (,r 3. Co-ojnt or threatening. Thev lishing df, and have been proved relief iu such cased when a,*ienta huvo not done any good P" rootoids are absolutoly un ;!■' FAMILY iofr beneficial effects aro evident j disappearance of headache — a lu'iyi cheery sense of perfect health < acjng the place of sluggish depressed l.-fU.'BS, by the liver acting properly, and :y the food being properly digested, /roo-oids are a very economical MEDICINE. A dose taken onco a week, at b*d«titne, ii highly beneficial. They act splendidly on the Liver. A constipated babit of t;o<iy will bo complet...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SUGAR CORMORANTS. Sheltered by Privy Council. Law Overrules Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

SbCAR CORMORANTS. I Sheltered 'by I'rivy Council. Law Overrules Justice. Piles oi thr Loiiuon •"Tinn.*" contain in r.-restinj; ica-Jmp cuir.mc-nt on the recent j Privy Council ilvcision, whorcbv ;hc C.S.H. i Company v.'a« tonfn urM jn it; law-derulitr,' pititudo on the >nbir^t ot' U'jval Comtui.-* 1 iiutis. Tim articb-- atil.i'U thai \vh- n tin ' r.isf whs U-J'oii- i lit- 11 - i: Ij Ctsiit neither Sir j t-jtnui'I ClriliitU i:ur Sir Ktlmuii'! Harton [ •with the on the tnuUor. "Point-." were j ibt-ir J«>ru- un thai ucc;»sum. Says the . •Times". j • Few l:ot. :in: i!.>tl>iniis h:»vt. uf j ):ac bn)> L'iv-n br i!i!- t'ounun te»' ! ) if ill.. I'.itv Coii.1.-! tiiJM »hat r.-.l I Uii;; w in ti.e th-' At;<>rurv-<jeN<;r:it lor 11f (.'jnununuLu.ili nt A\2s;:.ilij v, ih>' f,\.. i H'.i-siMiir I'ompjnv. •: . . ,..nM iilu-lu.Hic ini])it r.i U'l" <.i the f|'.u v-iun . li.« b lh..l U'ili.iiiu!-:i;;(S i .;!ic\i upon i-j piny the j..iM o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

lenuurkai BY RECENTLY IN FRANCE, a peasant woman whose little girl had been bed-ridden with paralysis for years, had occasion to visit a churchyard wlvch contained the statue of a well known snint. Some of the mould from the tomb adhered to her handkerchief, which upon touching her child curcd her. This fact is vouched Tor upon reliable authority. Miracles are not at all confined to the older countries, for we have heard also of similar remarkable incidents in newer countries, and very often in Australia, where only eighteen short months ago a certain section of Broken 11 ill was electrified by the recovery from apparently incurable St. Vitus Dance of the daughter of Mrs. K. A. Addin^ton, of Argent Street. It was on the 10th October, 1911, when first the mysterious cure was reported. The mother, being seen by a special interviewer, and overcome by gratitude that her daughter was ln.aUhy again, told the facts at once. She said that the disorder occurred through her daughter falling f...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Cr. Wills. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

Cr. Wills. Councillor Wills, of WlUiamstown, Is the gent tou bore behold— He's strong and fofcoful in his wayi, But never rude or bold. He is a philauthropi: wan, A kindly sort ox covc; A Life Gut of the hospital— To cid the sicfc be 3trore.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PRETTY PICTURES. Asher, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

PRETTY PICTURES. Aslier, J. P. Our artist Pas. who is no ass, j Says this portruit is a good on* i Of Asber, J.P.—quit*' lifc-Hkf> is he— Although be nvver ''stood one"! Betwixt zjj*> and ?ou, he'st a journalist, too, ! U Asber J.P. of tbo B*uefa But ho drinks nothing strong—does nothing that'* 'ATony— With water his thirst b»j does quench, I

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

LACTOBACILLINE | is prepared under the authority and »eicu tiCc control ot' J PROFESSOR M'ETC IIN IK0IT, | j llio famous scientist whoso discoveries have I revolutionised tho art- of UK-dicing. Jlv its I ) use the putrefactive bacilli iu the iut«'stlaal j ( tract aro destroyed, and a condition of 1 i PERFECT HEALTH i | Ls obtained. I lactoiucil'lixe ; I is prescribed and used by tens of thousands j i of Physicians, and hundreds of thousands of j ! patients have testified to its value. Lacio» j . lacilliuc not only cures, it prevents disease. ] ! Lactobaviiiinc Is prrpar^d in tablet torui. ! ! Price, Os. 6d. per bo\. containing eight . , cylinders of tabitU. Ka<h package bears the j ; words, "Le Ferment seul Fournisscur du 1 Profe.^ur Metchniioff," without which none ; ' It can be obtained through any chemist, | I or direct from the Depot a'ociete le Ferment, i ! Safe Deposit Buildings, so Queen-street, | 1 Mclboax&v, i

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY MELBOURNE. The Burke and Wills Expedition. Death and Funeral of John King—Anent the Sole Survivor. No. 224. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

The Burke and Wills Expedition. Death and Kuncr.il 01 John King— Ancnt tbo Sol p. Survivor. (By "Old Clium.") No. 2Z\. (All Eights ItcflcrTod.) I hare told the story of tbo rescue of John King by tho IJowitt Relief Party, ami it will Ijo convenient here to close this part of the history with the death and burial of John King, as told at the time of the oc currence, atid I may be forgiven for men tioning that John Kiug's funeral was the only important event in tbo local, or Mel bourne, functions that I did not witness. I was resident in Now South Wales at the time. John King, the survifor of the Burke and Will* party of four which successfully crossed the continent of Australia froui south to north, from sea to sea, died on the morning of Monday, Jauunry 13, 1&72. It will he seen that. h»i had survived about. 11 yours after the seven; hardship® he had undergone—hardship* to which his com panions, Charles Gray, 6uceuiubed, and to which his leaders, Ilobert O'llara Uurke and Wi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COUSINS BULL AND DEUTSCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

COUSINS BULL AND DEUTSCHE!?. Dr. Kotlmann,' spr»kin?* at (he German NaiionaJ Festival, at Clifton Gardens on tli-j 17tb in6t., said that the tvru great countries, Britain and Germany, were related, and, though their nationalities were distinct, thtre bad never been a war between them, apd "there never would be." It is true tb'ir tbu Lughsh and the Ccrnjaua jiro b!;;jjd re lations. English it so 1 ;* l'Ui" Low Gvru:a:i dink'ct, cJosely allied to Dutch and Frii'i: Siiil, blood relstiuus do qu~rioi. TI>^ • could not bo e o^er blood relationship lb ii that between Ca:u and Abel, yet the fom is stated to have killed the laiter. JI<v. cver, there is no antagonistic fcelinc betw: - i the sreat masses of the Knglish and Germ .> peoples. If a war should brejk out betw? Britain and Germany—which God forbi • it is more likely lo be caus-.-d by the Bchc!.v.'« of scoundrels who are interested in Ibe of war material than by anything There is reason to believe that there caisn a s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LARKIN AND BIGOTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

' LARKIN AND RIGOTIfV In spite or tie fact that Jim Larfc'". tho Dublin labor leader, hn be-n anfrilj of Iboso priojt, who prevented tlm children of the Dablin striker* from sent to England to be cared for by friJV'itl1 of the striker*, md Uul.lie has alio run ityl tilt at tho Hibernian organisation, it now appears that Mr, Jim Lafrkin is, himself, not frco frotu bigotry. Arthur Hose, writing in', tho London "Clarion" for tho 12th of last mouth, iajfl thai a meeting that was to hato" been bold by Lurkiri at Great Gnuisby wu cancullod becauso ho "refused to ttand on Jhe same plaltorm" us Mr. Krncst llarklew, who was to have been his chairman. Ui», reason for this was "that Mr. Aiarklcw had' recently bceu n siicccsiiul petitioner in a, divorce ation.'* Thus, he^iusy Mr. Larkiu, clots not, himself, apparently believo in divorce, ho must hurl an insult at » man who w.'s goiug to jj-iy him' thp compliment of taking tho chair for him at hi* meeting. Arthur Rose comments upOn this by sayin...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PIETY AND PROSPERITY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

PIETY AND P OSPERITY. Methodist Parson W. *G. Taylor say* tliat "No irreligious nation can, by any possi bility, be a prosperous one." Hi* implica tion is that England is becoming irreligious becausc some members of the Cburcli of "England in tbat country refuse to forogcther with iletbod sts and others. It will be i rather a ihoct to the art-rage Briton, who i firmly belicrcs that he is one of the lord's ; Chosen People. to hear that he is becoming j "irreligious"—particularly if be believes tbat j the irreligious cannot "prosper." 11c will, i however, consolc himself with the rvflcriion • tbat be is the "one righteous man," an'l that, \ if he be an employer of labor getting rich by i sweating the soul out of his employees, the ; Tory fact tbat he is "prospering" thereby ! proTca that he must he "rcl'gious." As to ■ this matter of the irreligious not prospering, I ■what has Parson Taylor to say of ''Pagan1' 1 Paris, and so-called "Infidel" France in [ geueral? It is pretty «eneru'l...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
GHOULISH GAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

GHOULISH GAINS. The practice of forwarding wreaths and j other SoraJ emblems to bereaved friend# on tho occasion of a funeral is one wbera the matter is a question of purely personal pre dilection, aud the writer has no intention of dealing with the ethics of the custom from any standpoint. But details of pro ceedings connected therewith arc W hand, which publicity may possibly vary if uot effectually prevent. Complaint hr.s come from seven! sources os to the rapid disap pearance in a day or so of the numerous floral tributes frequently heaped by sorrow ing friends on the new y-mode gr;it<9. In vestigation of the matter results in the dis covery that quite a lucrative addition to ■ the wages ot the cemetery attendants at- | tuches to the gathering of the wire fraino- j works, and subsequent disposal to floral i establishments, requiring such, for future j servicc. The jravauien of most of the ; cbargcs is the indecent and ghoulish haste ] displayed, especially in the easy...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MALVERN MAID'S SENSATIONAL STORY. TALE ON WHICH SHE QUICKLY TWISTED. Stolen Purse Suggests Subterfuge. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

MALVERN MAIiFS SENSATIONAL STORY.. TALE ON WHICH SI1EQUICKLY TWISTED^ Stolen Purse Suggests Subterfuge. A sensational story which was related to tho Malvern polico on Monday by a young wotnuu named Margaret iiimtcr lurn;*hes turther proof, it sucli'hnd i>e<;n needed, of the ncoeasity lor tli© exercise or the oxtromst cnutiou in receiving tho statements. sworn or unsworn, of fe males who c'otuo forward with circum stantial accounts of criminal molesta tion. On her own admission, this young woman's riotous imagination uad reck less disregard of truth came near to be ing responsible for tho urrost of five reputable citizens of Malvern on tho capital cnarne of raj>e. It v;m n graphic story which she told, and its fullness of -detail evidonced oarcful preparation. ,^'or^njiately for those whom she impli cartd^her memory played her false in , onp sipriLl circumstahooj and Detectives j aqd Ashton, who had approached T ho caSy I >*ITH SOMK MISGIVING as to tlie girl's bon...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SYLVAN SAVAGERY AND SWEATING [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

SYLVAN SAVAGLRY AND SWEATING The slavery and savagery of English 'rural lifo is reproducing itself with unpleasant prominence in Victorian country district?, ever since the Government embarked on its scheme of indiscriminate immigration, lu "happy Hingland," a woman belonging to tho country farm laborer class Ls a incfi chattel, to be nigger-driven from daylight to dark in order vo supplement the miser, able pittance puid by the plutocrat to hoi harassed husband. And ut»w" there are ,*igi:s that outdoor drudgery for wonu/i i« likely lo heroine a feature of Victorian farming operations. A capital stic country paper goals over the fact that the wife of a fanner in the Kocbeeter district haa found it necesjury, in order that hubby may "'heap up the oof," to arm herself with a bhovel and do a bit of ditch-digging in the limn that bUo can spare t'roui her materu.ty and household duties. But the woes of this woman constitute .1 mere sidelight on the •wealing and savagery that iB practisad...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

WII.LIA.MSXoWN racing L'LL'U SUlIiffiR iLEETING. SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY. F.NTfilKS CUWK at 6 p.m. 0,1 MONDAY ! cii'l rhli., :or too fol.owinf rvuits • — lllTJtDLI. HACK, ICO sov3. Nomination 10/ Two irjilc3. TWO-YKAKpOLD HANDICAP, 100 65V8 Nominatieu, 10/. Fire furlcnji. TRUISANINI HANDICAP. 200 ion. Nora irmion, 1 tor. One mile. WELTER PLATE ami PURSE, 200 .ora Nomination, 10/. Six furlon2a JUMPERS' PLAT RACE. 100 »ore. Noraln atlou 10/. One mile r.nd three farlonr®. C. P, ORB. 8*crri«ry« 491 Dourki-ilrtat. Tclcpbon®. 2707. Phil" Wit PHIL." will niako you a tip-top, up to the ruin just right Suit—a Suit full of stylo, built wear, and faultless fitting. Phil will charge you for it not a ccnt nioro tnan the monoy-down follow, but will give you the Kaaieat kind of Kusy Torros. Phil., in fact, ia the Easiest-Paid Tailor, whose Clothes are Really Good, Phil, will bo your tailor always, if you let him make yoa one Suit now. LADIES'TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES Vs ALSO ON EASY TERMS. AND CO. Only ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CAULFIELD. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

CAULFIELD. TUESDAY. I The -jrass was open for spcclal gaitaps this i morning:, and was in excellent condition and ■ pretty fast. The tan was also in goad or dcr, but the sand was closr-il apainst work. 'Weather conditions were very pleasant, and some very interesting work transpired. On the grass, Gnorroc (R. Fox) started the ■ ball rolling with fite furlongs in 1/li. Sea [Prince iPctcr Jlc(irath) was responsible for j a mile and a furlong in 1.53J—a very fair \ gallop. He ian the first sis furlongs in 1.17, land the concluding "six took 1.21. Duchess of Cour!aud waa striding along, and lX-w I bctrv wm led. Kettle (U. Spain) easily de I feated Lord Capulet (P. McUrath) over half [ a mile in 52. Polldook ran the last four of | five furlongs in 52. Uathlca (U. Camcrom ] was goinj comfortably at the conclusion of j three-quarters of a mile in 1.19j. Golden ! liock was no: trying to make time tor half i a mile in 55J. Meritus (P. JIcGrath) was I well in front of Liquation (0. Katom at t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

Dr. Henry Wcstwood Cooper L cawiWTipNs. _ r aim i. w«; 4 FREE BOOK £» SHS"i£SM5:E3 g|£ F gvssj't^rss.'Rsssra«&.-»r»t»»ws;; 'h*Al!L, CONPrLTA TIONS personam- ar- Tr^. If ycu are pliy?:r;a!!y | drTh! w.73oorc7CT5 .D., ETC. j DEPT. -5 MILTON HOV??:, 26? r.I.lZAUKTlI-ST.. HTDl1; 7*A VAX. .•'YrA'fTr ( DR. L„ L. SMITH'S ....... 71 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. CONSULTATION" FEE HBchmiw; two day-' Bedicin.-). £1 h.-. l/y Icttvr, £1. Dr. L. L. SMITH'S MEDICAL A I.MAN AC lor 1914 just n»b:Mi<-d. I'm* M. THE PEOPLE'S HEALTH INSTITUTE, 14 NICHOLSON* STPJ:ET, NEAP. VICT QUIA VMl\DE. Daily: 10 to 12.30 p.iu.. 2 to 3 p.m., 7 to g.oj p.t:i. SaiurJayi: 10 to 1 p.m., 7 to 3.30 p.m. Cui:sul::itio:j uu.l frxjn] 2*. Cd.; by il&il, from 5s. .t of Ihub' t-Gout. Ail T:-;u-d by Caput!- £u:T 1 p.m., 7 to 3 GuUpbaa Tr< LOST VITALITY VITAL VIGOR BENEUED. NERVOUS OEKILITY CLRED, fee) l>reBia!arpi j^d^and -oro ooVand'wrak shorld^tai * *** ALFALINE VITALITY PILLS H err" RASS...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE BANNED BOOKMAKER. ARE THE POLICE IN THEIR BAGS? Some Strange and Sinister Suggestions. The Wretched Failure of the Gaming Act. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

~ THE BANNED BOOKMAKER. ARE THE POLICE IN THEIR BAGS? Some Strange and Sinister Suggestions. The Wretched Failure of the Gaming Act. (FROM NEW ZEALAND "TRUTH.") Tho utter futility, m fact the abj.ct dure of that legislative abortion, J ni mmiR Act of LVUA and .loiidnioiits. to chock or curb Ho l'o° t>'s nation lor puninvi is probably cluo till fact that. Act. of Parliament. not tli-.taudiny. tho community. or a co.i ' ItJ.^.uor im <' tin. "t- m durii iia- rec-.u rac.i.ji ami trot am, c.irni-val. T)i:i; the lT.'NTlNli fi-.Ol'LV. AUK PV.NAJ isi-.o for t>>ir wrniMimt 1>a<-.«H j" "!~v IrtWj i bv tie.* tart mat t»<> -Nei. . tio.-.1'V...l,..-:t w.lt .l.-f.vi- ... tasauot 1 on •Viic.ivlaiKi (•' ,.,.rn fis mown. til.- >"''v ^"'aiid l-owrn In,™ K v.-ar ucriv.,1 in -lot..- tvceitns , u nou.lt derived by tne l.ovcriuilcat ot UaM»a..ia l..v "V'-'\"" .^t^iu " Ac'tv 'zenia'ad TotaU-Kitoc n-eeipt-. c0" ^ituto tr^H v. cov.is, ,t Viuuu, LU . : 'Ulp....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE BROOMSTICK BRIDES. "Cabbie Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

THE BROOMSTICK BRIDES. "Cabbie Jim" in London. It* a fact dear Mister Norton, Thisyer place are queer, although All the moro you do see of it, AH tho less you seem to know. Every suburb arc a Cltj, Every district are a tract Separated most distinctly From the rest, and quite intwt. People living in the East Sir Aint liko people in the Went; And those liviug in the Northern Aint like any of the rest. So, when one do conic to reckon On the moral this thing gives, It do mean one h:ilf of l^ondon Don't know how the other lives. Customs do seem strange and weezy Which are unfamiliar— And one cannot recoucilo them Not at first Sir as it were, When I dropped upon tho Pusher* As I'm going to describe, I did reckon them for certain Of the very ruminest tribe. Most onuntural they were too, Out of pear they seemed to bo; With their Holy Joseph fakements, And their crook morality. It were like this: I was driving Brixton way. I passed a place With a chapel look about it, Windows long, and white...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BUTCHER V. BOBBY. Was Cusack "Snouted"? Magistrate Moore Says "No." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

BUTCHER V. BOBBY. Was Cusack ••Snonied" ? Slagi.:(r;ite Maori: Says "No." Francis Cusaek. a butcher, who declared, :u the Knuth Meibourue Police Court on Wednesday, i;efor«* Mr. 1*. X. Moore, l'.M., tint he hud been wrongfully j.roH-cuted, was ncv.-rthele?? or'l'T'-d to p.ty a <juid and half a guinea cos s for having kept h's premises at .Middle I' irk open nftcr 8 o'clock at nizht, in contravention or the Ir.w. Cusack is the manager of the Ideal Hutcherirr: Company, and he declared in <-videucn that Constable Donofan. who initiated ih--» prosecution acain?: hiin. had a "set" on ami, and ws.3 to dowx nisr w'i-r.rvc-r an opportunity or.urrcd. i Donovan'.; yarn was that en Christinas Eve ; tli-j- doors of the Ideal were op?n after 8 : o'clock at iii^'ht. il>: approached the man ! aser, Mr. Cusack, v.):o practically ignored i hi? preionc;., and continued a ojkv. nation I with iwa Iadi< « on the footpath, what \m-.c : the clock fchovved t< ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
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